dplyr 0.2

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I’m very excited to announce dplyr 0.2. It has three big features:

  • improved piping courtesy of the magrittr package
  • a vastly more useful implementation of do()

  • five new verbs: sample_n(), sample_frac(), summarise_each(), mutate_each and glimpse().

These features are described in more detail below. To learn more about the 35 new minor improvements and bug fixes, please read the full release notes.

Improved piping

dplyr now imports %>% from the magrittr package by Stefan Milton Bache. I recommend that you use this instead of %.% because it is easier to type (since you can hold down the shift key) and is more flexible. With you %>%, you can control which argument on the RHS receives the LHS with the pronoun .. This makes %>% more useful with base R functions because they don’t always take the data frame as the first argument. For…

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